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Philando Castile’s family reaches $3M settlement in death

Monday, 26 June 2017
Philando Castile’s family reaches $3M settlement in death

Officer Yanez was fired day he was found not guilty.

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Ophelia House Under The Gun

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They've had random police stops, and some drug searches by dogs, at an

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Pause For The Movie Pause

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A movie premiere is set in Onalaska next week. On May 15th, the

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Referendum Dollars Going To Work

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Your La Crosse School District referendum dollars are going back to work in

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Aspirin A Day May Not Be The Best Way

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An aspirin a day keeps heart attacks away or so it goes. According to the

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A Student's Gift To Another Student

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Logan High School Senior Konnor Reikowski was feeling a bit guilty that he

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Pot Bust Spans Several Counties

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A Stoddard man was arrested Friday morning following the discovery of a marijuana manufacturing and trafficking operation. The Sheriff’s Office was tipped off to drug trafficking involving local high school students. The investigation led to a house near Hayward owned by 56 year old Steven Miller of Stoddard.



On Friday morning, search Warrants were executed at both Hayward and Stoddard at properties owned by Miller. At the Hayward home, cops found a sophisticated indoor hydroponic marijuana grow site with approximately 67 plants in various stages of growth. At the Stoddard site, cops found processed marijuana that had originated from the Sawyer County site, along with guns and cash.

This is an ongoing case and investigators continue to pursue leads developed during Friday’s searches. At least two more Wisconsin counties have been linked to this case, and more arrests may be on the way.

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Madison Group Criticizes Court Ruling on Prayer

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Disappointment for a Madison-based group after a supreme court decision on

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Roosevelt Officially On The Sale Block

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The School District of La Crosse is now accepting Request for Proposals for

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The Public Service Commission last week announced that the application

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Sunday - May 4, 2014 5:59 pm

Bradley Gets GOP Nod For Office

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The Republican Party of Wisconsin is proud to announce the endorsement of Julian Bradley for Secretary of State
following a vote at its 2014 State Convention.  The candidate endorsement was supported by more than 65 percent of Republican
delegates following speeches from three candidates vying for the office. "Today, Republican delegates cast a vote of confidence for Julian
Bradley as he runs for Secretary of State," said Brad Courtney, Chairman of the Republican Party of Wisconsin. "As we look toward a
victorious Election Day for Republicans, we believe our endorsed candidate will serve as the right choice for voters this November
4th."

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You can't protect free speech by limiting it

23 June 2017

It is good that Wisconsin lawmakers are concerned about free speech. But it makes no sense to protect free speech by limiting free speech. But that is exactly what the...

The courts take a stand on Wisconsin reapportionment, 55 years ago

Monday, 26 June 2017

The U-S Supreme Court decided to settle a dispute over the drawing of political districts in Wisconsin...in June of 1962. The La Crosse Tribune ran an editorial asking if the...

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